flow of the streets
I feel that Goldsworthy's idea of energy, flow and transformation is very present throughout the city, however it doesnt occur in the same ways that Goldsworthys artwork occurs, and I dont think it looks nearly as incredible either. The idea of energy, flow and transformation i feel can all be attributed towards humans,where in this case humans represent the energy that flows throughout the city taking its toll on whatever he/she/it touches. This change that is cause could be either good or bad depending on the person, but regardless of what the result is, ultimately the change that all of the energy (people) in the cities cause affects the overall flow of the cities themselves. If more people travel to a certain area of the cities, obviously theres going to be more erosion, and therefor more transformation. This transformation might not always be something like the erosion of a sidewalk or street, for example a certain area of the city might transform into a park for children to play in which I should think counts as an improvement. Overall energy flow and transformation are found all throughout the city, but in most cases they are caused by humans themselves, whether it's trash left on teh ground, pot holes on the street, or worn down curbs humans use there energy to transform there surroundings in such a way that the city seems to flow in quality throughout time.